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South Africa: Tornado damages 26 schools in Eastern Cape

Staff Reporter At least 26 Eastern Cape schools have been hit by a tornado, the provincial department of education said on Thursday. The vicious tornado ripped...

Graça Machel stands up for girls’ education at Hong Kong summit

Ra'eesa Pather  At the Yidan Prize Summit in Hong Kong, former Mozambican education minister and a humanitarian in South Africa, Graça Machel, delivered a keynote...

South Africa: Judge acquits Soweto school patroller of rape, sexual assault

Khaya Koko The school patroller accused of raping and sexually assaulting young girls at a primary school in Soweto has been acquitted of all charges...

Tanzania: Pros and cons of fee-free education three years on

Salome Gregory Last month marked three years since the introduction of fees-free education policy in Tanzania. The policy, which meant to remove all forms of...

Zimbabwe’s education system poised for digital age

Columbus Mabika and Rejoy Masengedzero Primary and Secondary Education Minister Paul Mavima last week said the Government was close to luring American multinational technology companies,...

South Africa: Maths, computer labs given to school

Siyabonga Kalipa Deputy Minister of Basic Education Enver Surty officially opened three mathematics classrooms, a Science and a Computer Laboratory at the Manyano High School...

How Rwanda’s ‘green schools’ can impact quality of education

Athan Tashobya   Few children in Bugesera District are happier than Solange Ishimwe, the 15-year-old who has just been promoted to primary six. Ishimwe – a pupil...

Kenya debates sex education and teen pregnancies

Elvis Ondieki and Angela Oketch As renewed debate on sex education continues after controversy over teen pregnancies. Peter Mogaka rests easy with the knowledge that all his...

Microsoft to assist Zimbabwean schools in technology upgrade

Alois Vinga MICROSOFT has entered into an agreement with the Zimbabwe government which will pave the way for the creation technology sensitive classrooms in the...

Six ways to get teenagers more active – suggested by the teens themselves

Michaela James and Sinead Brophy The UK department of health recommends that young people (aged five to 18) should get at least 60 minutes of physical activity...
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DR NICO JOOSTE and CORNELIUS HAGENMEIER ON 6 November, the South African Policy Framework for Internationalisation of Higher...
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